Thoughtful gods also included tiny yeast microorganisms in grape skins making wine so possible! Grapes also turn up in jam, juice, jelly, grape seed extract, raisins, vinegar, and grape seed oil. We are, however, concerning ourselves with table grapes here – grapes as sweet, tart snacks, in recipes and even roasted!
Grapes of biblical fame were probably earliest grown in Asia about 7000 years ago. Today, grapes are grown worldwide on all continents.
Table grapes of all colors are rich in manganese, vitamins K, C, B1, potassium and polyphenos which are antioxidants. Their skins are especially nutritious.
Select grapes which are firm with clear skin and securely attached to its stem. Always wash them under running water and drain in a colander. Store in an airtight plastic bag in refrigerator for several days.
Frozen grape snacks
Stuffed grape leaves
With with cheese/yogurt
Below are websites with grape recipe suggestions: